Delivering happiness is really important. Chris believe that by creating fascinating artworks, people will be inspired and relaxed instantly. In my opinion, art is defined by the wave of emotions a viewer feels when gazing at a piece of artwork. To me, the viewers’ response to a work is vital. Art and culture have made me more enthusiastic about exploring the world around me.
The idea of using geometric patterns to let 2-dimensional image into 3-dimensional appearance, in the sense that to make 2-dimensional images comes lively. By experimenting using one of the famous painting ‘The Blue Rigi, Sunrise’ from J. M. W. Turner. And later on did much more collage practices. And during the translation show, he tried and undertaken the challenge of the scale of the collage art, by using the scale of a post stamp could create miniature art and noticed that the scale of an artwork could matter and affect the context. For the Interim Review, Chris undertook the challenge of making and applying collages on a 3-dimensional object, which wasn’t a flat surface like a canvas.
Chris' artwork takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues. Often referencing Asian history, the work explores the varying relationships between animal and human. Having engaged subjects as diverse as the animal liberation movement, endangered animals and navigating the Human-Animal Boundary. His work reproduces familiar geometric patterns. While applying the geometric miniature collage to my practices.
Just one new idea can change a persons’ perception. The world may not change in an instant by art, but it’s slow and insipid spread into the active part of our brains lives to tell the tale. It may leave the studio and make its way around the world, and yet come back to the studio where anything can happen.